Plantar Neuropathy Explained

What is Plantar Neuropathy? This is a condition where the nerves that serve the bottom of your feet become symptomatic. You will experience all kinds of different sensations from cold to burning toes, numbness to the bottom of your toes and feet followed by sharp,...

Posterior Tibial Tendon Insufficiency: Causes & Treatment

There is a condition when the inner arch area of the foot, usually in a person over 50 years of age, becomes very painful. The arch is much lower than “normal.” Many forms of treatment will be given but they only slow the inevitable, aggressive foot reconstructive...

Understanding Plantar Fasciitis: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

There are more than a million new cases every year from people suffering with chronic heel pain. It is estimated that we spend over $300 million dollars to treat it. Heel pain in adults is different from children. It typically occurs in people who are early middle age...

Why Overpronation Happens and What You Should Do About It

Pronation is a complex motion of the foot. The ankle bone turns inward and the rest of the foot turns up and out. It’s the opposite of supination, where the ankle bone turns outward and the rest of the foot turns inward. Pronation of the foot bone is important during...

Keep an Eye Out for This Pediatric Foot Problem

Most children are born with what may be considered underdeveloped arches in their foot; this is in reality a ‘fat’ foot. It’s simply due to the normal fat distribution at the bottom of the foot. At this age, bones and joints are flexible. Generally, the arch is...

What is obesity, and what causes it?

Obesity is one of the world’s most rapidly growing conditions. Even in our age of medical advancements, over 35% of the adults in the United States alone are considered to be obese. The only way to prevent this destructive chronic disorder is to take back control over...

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